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Sunday School
(Children/Youth/Adult)
9:15 a.m.

Sunday Worship
10:30 a.m.

Crib Nursery & Childcare
9 a.m. - noon

Welcome to Church of the Palms

Welcome to the website of Church of the Palms, a part of the United Methodist Church, where we believe a life connected to God, and a life connected to one another, is the most meaningful life there is!


 

Fall Festival Update #3

fallfestival201401Latest information, as of August 25, on Fall Festival 2014 includes:

  • Silent Auction items continue to increase.  Check them out!

  • Crafters Needed!
    All crafters are needed Arts and Crafts booth. Hopefully you've been working on your craft or planning what you will do!! Please contact Maggie Taylor at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 843-208-2468.

"How Methodist Are You?

doctrine01Join Pastor Pete as he facilitates a five-week class on the great teachings of the Christian Church starting Wednesday, September 17, and concluding October 15.  The classes will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. each Wednesday.

Using the 10 documents that form the official doctrine of the United Methodist Church, participants will examine of what makes Church of the Palms part of the greater church universal and what makes us distrinctively United Methodist. You might be surprised just how Methodist you are!

Sign up using the online form below or sign up in the book in the Narthex.  A minimum of 8 participants are required to offer this class and material will be supplied by Pastor Pete to aid in this discussion. If you might be interested in participating in a light supper starting at 5:30 p.m., prior to the class, please indicate that too!  If enough people are interested we will plan that option.

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Coming Soon! "Children of the Day" Bible Study

childrenoftheday01Starting soon - the next Danielles' Bible Study, the new Beth Moore "Children of the Day", a 9 week course based on 1 & 2 Thessalonians. You'll face crises, afflictions, relationships, doubts, concerns, and fears.  You'll learn how to let go of past mistakes and find encouragement for living the Christian life now and hope for when Christ returns.

Watch for the exact start date and time. Contact Maggie Taylor with 843-208-2468 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Extending the Table

extendingtable01With Fall approaching, let's share our bounty with our friends at Access Network with gifts of meat and protein foods.

Non-perishable high-protein foods in cans or pouches, such as tuna, salmon, chicken, and ham, along with baked beans, red and black beans, nuts, soups, and stews are all welcome. They also request seasonings, salt, pepper and herbs.

Grab a handy take-along shopping list from the Kiosk.

Sunday, September 7

passoverSunday, September 7
Remembering and Celebrating
Exodus 12:1-14

This Sunday, September 7, we take a look back at the Book of Exodus as we focus on Exodus 12:1-14. This is the record of how God commanded Moses to establish the remembrance and celebration of the Passover.

In the instructions, God is ensuring the ritualized proclamation and passing on of the past core stories and traditions to a new set of eyes, ears and mouths. All this was for both the current people, new generations of children, and even the aliens or strangers present.

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Rail Offerings

railofferring01Here at Church of the Palms we carry on the practice from early years of the Christian church when people were encouraged to bring "offerings for the poor" to their celebration of the Lord's Supper.

Such monetary gifts offered, and then left on the communion railing (often referred to as a "rail offering"), are placed in a special fund for use in providing assistance to those in the community, as well as those in our own congregation facing extra-ordinary financial challenges.

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Fellowship Luncheon

potluck01Fellowship Luncheon
Sunday, September 14
Following Morning Worship

We will enjoy fellowship, share delicious food and celebrate the Boy Scouts.

Planning to attend? Please bring your favorite main or side dish. Use the sign-up book to register and tell us what you're bringing.
Dessert will be provided.

Sign up to volunteer for clean-up if you can.

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